Progressive lenses have several key features that make them effective for correcting vision.
Firstly, they are designed to be flexible, which allows them to conform to the shape of your eye and provide a smooth transition from distance to near vision. This helps to reduce the amount of eye strain and fatigue that you may experience when reading or working on a computer.
Secondly, progressive lenses are typically made with a higher index of refraction, which means they are lighter and thinner than traditional glasses lenses. This makes them comfortable to wear and can help to reduce the number of glasses you need to wear throughout the day.
Thirdly, progressive lenses are designed to correct a range of vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. They are made with a specific prescription that is tailored to your individual eye, which helps to provide clear, crisp vision at all distances.